Creating, thinking, writing, drawing, painting, loving, living.
Pandemic journal: Month 9 (November)
The Election Day that became a week (or two months, depending how you look at it). Friendship, family, and transitions.
Pandemic Journal: The Woes List
On list-making as a mental-health tool.
Pandemic journal: Month 8 (October)
Friendship heartache, preschool exhaustion, election anxiety.
Pandemic journal: Month 7 (September)
Grief, rage, the occasional escape, apocalyptic sky, and finally podding after 3 months of planning
Pandemic journal: Month 6 (August)
Wildfire season, parenting overwhelm, stress-baking.
Pandemic journal: Weeks 18-20 (July)
Looking back on the second half of July.
Pandemic journal: Week 17
Let’s redefine productivity: my “do-nothing” times are actually hugely important and fruitful.